What’s your story?
Here at Uncanny UK, we are always pleased to receive genuine accounts of encounters with the supernatural.
Perhaps you have seen a ghost, glimpsed a fairy or caught sight of a strange creature prowling through the countryside.
If you have had a weird experience, or can report one had by a relative, we’ll be very interested to hear about it. Uncanny UK is the place to record previously undocumented supernatural encounters.
Please send your story to: email@example.com
Tag Archives: British folklore
MARK DAVIES treats us to another investigation of monstrous goings-on in Sussex, this time focusing on the dragons of St Leonard’s Forest. Whilst researching the Dragons of the South of England, one particular location immediately stood out for me – … Continue reading
Richard Holland continues his short exploration of durable features in British folklore: indelible bloodstains. Indelible bloodstains are a common motif in ghostlore. Most common is the Bloody Footstep, such as the one at Smithills Hall in Lancashire (see www.uncannyuk.com/608/bloody-footstep-of-smithills/) but … Continue reading
Tragic magician Thomas Parkes played with forces he didn’t understand when he summoned up demons at a crossroads. Continue reading
When Robert Johnson was told that a crossroads was the place to meet with the Devil, he was not only following African tradition, but European, too. We explore some of the eerie aspects of crossroads. Continue reading